Located near the ridge on the western side of Napa Valley, this Sea Ranch-style house, designed by Turnbull, Griffin, and Haesloop,  features banks of windows on the downhill side, offering dramatic views of the valley below and flooding the house with light.  Situated on a steep hillside, the house has a one-room-deep design that wraps around the contours of the hill. The exposed roof framing gives an accordion like visual element to the interior.  The master bedroom, with its Chinese “red pocket” door and a traditional Japanese soaking tub made of Port Orford cedar, has a distinctly Oriental flavor, as does the entry alcove, which is inspired by the Japanese Tokonoma (display niche).